Of course not. First, you have to understand, it's not your fault. You're struggling because the current model for reaching and converting customers is seriously outdated and no longer works. You must develop new skills in a rapidly changing world if you intend to sell. We're in a new economy full of rapidly changing industries—and new sales rules apply. Customers have up-to-the-minute information access, a global reach, a social-networking mindset, a desire for instant gratification, and expectations of more powerful, high-tech experiences. That means you must understand what consumers demand of you before putting products and services in front of them. You need to pick up the tools that connect you to your market, expand your networks, and create a persuasive message that reaches customers where they live. The rules have changed and only those most adaptable to change will survive.
This approach is necessary for everyone in the sales industry. Whether you're a salesperson, a sales manager, are self-employed, or are part of a sales team, How to Sell When Nobody's Buying is the one-stop resource you need to stand out in the marketplace—starting now. A master persuader, marketer, and sales strategist, Dave Lakhani provides the tools and techniques you need to make a difference in your sales numbers and profits immediately, including:
Tough times present real opportunity for forward- thinking sales teams. Lakhani gives you the tools and understanding you need to gain new confidence, create powerful alliances, find great prospects, and drive your profits to unprecedented levels. Whether your specialization is retail, B-to-B, B-to-C, real estate, services, or your own business, you can use these quick-and-easy lessons to instantly create more sales, find greater success, and tap into the potential that's waiting for you in the new economy.
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—Rob Northrup, President, Advanced Extrusion Solutions (and Field Sales Pro)
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—Janine Driver, Body Language Contributor, NBC's Today show President, The Institute of Leadership Innovation
I got the book in it's audiobook format, and it's just brilliant. Dave gives straight to the point tips and effective sales tools. No b/s ing around with theories. Read morePublished 4 months ago by J_Brown
Very nice product! Great job! Feeling the power! thank you from PowerMan!Published 5 months ago by viking
Imagine...... what would happen if your sales doubled...... or even tripled! Would that change your life? Read morePublished 14 months ago by Tom Bice
This was one of the best books on sales i ever read. I read all the books out there like SPIN Selling, Exceptional Selling, Selling To Win etc... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Darren Mc Nelis
I will not waste words here about something that is so practical.
This is by far the simplest and most practical book about increasing sales even during recession I have ever... Read more
This book is very basic and full of obvious strategies and tactics to reaching people in the digital age. It is disappointing. Save your money.Published on March 8, 2013 by highbar139
I enjoyed this book very much. It is full of great ideas on how to create leads, how to work a room when doing a presentation, how to get your foot in the door etc.. Read morePublished on March 21, 2012 by Andrew Hatch
I bought this book because of the reviews. I don't know what these reviewers sees in this book, but there's nothing in this book worth reading about. Read morePublished on February 6, 2012 by EZKramer
But what do you expect from someone who emphasizes throughout the book how he's such a super-salesman wherever he works? Read morePublished on January 24, 2012 by Brian G. Ruschel